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Join us in a journey of artistic expression, passion, and community building through dance. Our program is designed to provide a nurturing environment for individuals of all ages and skill levels. To register, please fill out the form below and embark on a transformative dance experience

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Dance Styles



Ballet dance style embodies grace, precision, and strength, with its origins tracing back to the Italian Renaissance courts. Characterized by elegant movements, intricate footwork, and storytelling through dance, ballet requires years of dedicated training and discipline to master. Its classical repertoire, continues to captivate audiences worldwide with its timeless beauty and artistic expression.

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Modern dance style breaks away from traditional ballet techniques, emphasizing freedom of expression and individuality. It often incorporates elements of improvisation, diverse music genres, and unconventional movements, challenging traditional notions of form and structure. Pioneered by influential figures like Martha Graham and Merce Cunningham, modern dance celebrates innovation, emotion, and the exploration of new artistic boundaries.



Jazz dance style is characterized by its syncopated rhythms, dynamic movements, and improvisational flair, drawing inspiration from African-American culture and music. Originating in the early 20th century, jazz dance evolved alongside jazz music, infusing it with infectious energy and playful choreography. From Broadway stages to dance studios worldwide, jazz dance continues to captivate audiences with its infectious spirit and vibrant fusion of styles.

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Hip-hop/African dance style embodies the rich cultural heritage of African rhythms and movements fused with the urban energy of hip-hop culture. Rooted in community and storytelling, it celebrates self-expression, rhythm, and creativity through dynamic footwork, body isolations, and syncopated beats. From traditional African dances to modern hip-hop choreography, this style serves as a powerful medium for cultural expression and connection across diverse communities worldwide.



Classes Schedule

Saturday 10:00 am - 11:00 am (Beginner)

Saturday 11:00 am - 12:00 pm (Intermediate)


Fees Structure

Registration fee $35 per session and due before the student May attend classes.

Tution: $275 per session.

Costume Fee: $50


Dance Attire

Black dance skirt with either tights, leggins or black pants with a black leotard (Street cloting and jewelry are not permitted in class.)

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Family Ivestment Hours

As a non-profit dance company, we thrive via family support and involvement. Each family must complete 8 volunteer hours per session. All hours must be logged into the investment folder.

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